Three cosmetology students at IBMC College’s Greeley campus have accepted the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and challenge all IBMC students to donate $1.00 to the ALS Association.
It’s going to pour on August 28th! No, I’m not talking about the weather either.
Three Greeley students from the School of Cosmetology at IBMC College will be drenched with ice cold water for a worthy cause on August 28th through the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, which supports the ALS Association, a national non-profit organization that is devoted to fighting Lou Gehrig’s Disease through certified clinical career centers, research, public education and government partnerships.
While these students will experience the sudden rush of chilly water for the good of those battling the disease, they are simultaneously encouraging other students to donate $1.00 to aid in furthering the research and treatment options.
Make sure to stop by IBMC College’s Facebook page to check out the photos from the event and track our fundraising progress for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
For more information or details, please call IBMC Greeley College at (970) 356-4733.